OK, here's another hypothetical (Because I know how much everyone liked the last one). Iverson is out there for the taking. Yes, he's got an attitude. Yes he's small. Yes he wants a lot of money. And Yes Denver got better when he left. But c'mon, it's AI right? So here's my question. IF Iverson wanted to spend the twilight of his career back home, and IF he would take, say, the mid level, and IF he would be fine coming off the bench, would anyone want to see him in a Wizards uniform? I know this screams of past debacles we've had bringing in over-the-hill stars and superstars (Bernard King, Mitch Richmond, Jordan), but Iverson, amazingly, isn't exactly broken down. Yes he's taken more punishment than any NFL RB over the course of his career, but he hasn't had any serious knee issues, which the aforementioned 3 had prior to their arrival in DC. AI can still score when he wants, is still an above average shooter, and can handle the ball as well as anyone in the league. So, what if we were to dump Stevenson and pick up Iverson, essentially trading Deshawn for AI? Then put AI in the role as scorer of fthe bench, where he can work on 2nd teamers, and the Wiz don't have to worry about the score staying still when the (somewhat) big 3 are out of the game. Any thoughts?